To post a job on the BOABC website, there is a fee of $400.00 plus GST. This includes the job posting, as well as a mass email that is sent out to our members advising them of the new posting. You will need to send a PDF of the job posting to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Competition Close Date: December 8th, 2017
QAI Laboratories is currently seeking a plan reviewer and inspector to support our modular construction and factory built structure business in Canada and US.
This competition closing date has been extended to November 30, 2017.
The Community Services Department – Building Division is currently recruiting for a temporary full-time Assistant Plan Checker 1 for approximately 2 years.
Closing Date: November 30, 2017
The City of Vernon is currently searching for a forward thinking individual to fill the following position: Building Inspector.
Closing Date: November 30, 2017
The Regional District of Nanaimo has an employment opportunity for a temporary Building Inspector within the Building and Bylaw Services section of its Strategic and Community Development Department.
Closing Date November 24, 2017
The City of Port Moody is seeking a knowledgeable Assistant Building Official to perform preliminary plan reviews, coordinate the application process and provide technical information to the public while providing administrative support to the Building Officials.
Closing Date November 19, 2017
Closing Date December 10, 2017.
The Building Officials’ Association of B.C. (BOABC) has over 700 members who primarily represent local government Building and Plumbing Officials and those involved in building design, construction, testing and research.
BOABC has grown since 1954 from 24 members situated largely in the Greater Vancouver area to seven geographic zones across British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. BOABC fulfills much the same objectives as originally proposed; consistent Code interpretation; a forum for discussion; education, standards of Code knowledge and since 1981, a technical certification program for our membership.
In addition to leading BOABC’s regular business operations, the Chief Administrator Officer will manage significant change in the transition to the BOABC’s new role as the administrative authority responsible for qualifying members under British Columbia’s new Building Act. With direction from BOABC’s Executive Committee, the Chief Administrator Officer will assist members with training, certification and qualification, and work in partnership with the Provincial Government according to the terms of the Administrative Agreement to promote building officials’ competency. He/She will represent the BOABC when promoting the building official profession through strategic partnerships and alliances, and will support the members’ interests in meeting the new qualification requirements.
Under the Building Act Administrative Regulation, the BOABC is delegated responsibility for the administration of building officials, the register, and monetary penalties. At the Minister’s discretion, the Province may designate the BOABC’s Chief Administrator Officer as the registrar of qualified building officials under the Building Act, subject to suitability.
* All applications should be directed to the attention of President@boabc.org by December 1st. 2017
The City of Terrace is currently looking for a qualified applicant to fill the position of Senior Building/Licence Official with the Development Services Department. Under the direction of the Director of Development Services, the successful candidate will oversee business licencing and enforce miscellaneous bylaws within the City of Terrace. This position also supervises and directs the Assistant Building/Licence Inspector(s) and clerical support staff. The successful candidate will possess exemplary communication skills as well as the skillset and vision to assist the community during this exciting period of economic growth and transition.
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Palmerston North City Council is looking for a Plumbing and Drainage Building Officer. The lifestyle is one of affordable easy living. Beautiful homes, short commutes, and stunning scenery make Palmerston North City and Manawatu the perfect place to live. It is consistently ranked among the most affordable cities in New Zealand to live in, and has a huge range of high quality homes at very affordable prices.